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Over the course of two years, Paris-based documentary photographer @elliott.verdier photographed throughout Liberia, making large format analog photographs—portraits of resilience, trauma, and the invisible scars left behind by years of colonization inflicted by the United States government followed by the brutality of the Liberian civil war. The resulting project, “Reaching for Dawn,” includes both photographic and sound work, and will soon be published as a photobook by @dunes.editions. Verdier elaborates: “Of the bloody civil war (1989-2003) that decimated Liberia, its population does not speak. No proper memorial has been built, no day is dedicated to commemoration. The country, still held by several protagonists of the carnage, refuses to condemn its perpetrators. This deafening silence, that resonates internationally, denies any possibility of social recognition or collective memory of the massacres, condemning Liberia to an endless feeling of abandonment and drowsy resignation. The trauma carved into the population’s flesh is crystallized in the society’s weak foundations, still imbued with an unsound Americanism, and bleeds onto a new generation with an uncertain future.” See more from “Reaching for Dawn” at the link in bio.

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Calling all fine artists and illustrators! We’re excited to officially announce a new open call for our next art book and this is your chance to submit images to it. LINK IN BIO to submit. Our last book focused on emerging artists, whereas our next one will feature a mix of new and established artists—in the same vein as our Seeing Red exhibition at Thinkspace, which featured a diverse roster of lesser known artists alongside legendary ones. The 100-person show included artists Audrey Kawasaki, Andrew Schoultz, Fafi, Jean Jullien, Kami + Sasu, Kevin Lyons, and others we’ve admired since the earliest days of Booooooom. The theme for this book is “Quiet”. We’re specifically looking for drawings and paintings (digital or traditional) that relate to this theme, and our hope is that this collection of images provides a little escape from the blaring sounds and the busyness of daily life. The word quiet might bring to mind a peaceful, calming image, a certain slowness, a moment of reflection. It could be represented in nature, but a vast cityscape could also communicate the idea. We’re excited to see how you interpret it. We will be reaching out to a select group of artists who’ve created work that fits this theme, and as we mentioned above, this will include some very established artists. If you’re a member of our community and would like to be considered for inclusion in this publication, you can submit your own work - LINK IN BIO. Everyone who has images selected for the book will receive a free copy of it when it’s released. Deadline to submit: July 9 2021

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Based in Athens, Greece, @alexis.vasilikos is a visual artist and co-editor of Phases Magazine. Consisting of photographs taken during daily walks in various parts of the world, Vasilikos’ photobook, “Variations of Presence,” exemplifies his practice of observant exploration, which he refers to as “peripatetic photography.” Likening his process to “meditation in action,” he describes his images as “imbued by the energy of contemplative seeing and stillness.”